The Mozart Effect

Whether or not the studies are 100% effective, if the music helps you concentrate, and boosts your brainpower, focus or creativity it’s a win! (And if your kids are around, who knows, it just might spark a newfound love for classical music…)

William Pryse-Phillips (2003). Companion to Clinical Neurology. Oxford University Press. ISBN0-19-515938-1., p. 611 defines the term as “Slight and transient improvement in spational[sic] reasoning skills detected in normal subjects as a result of exposure to the music of Mozart, specifically his sonata for two pianos (K448).”

Fact or Fiction? You be the Judge…